Wednesday, November 07, 2007

James Marsters To Co-Star in New Whedon Show?

Ausiello seems to think that James Marsters is gonna be the male lead.

Question: Could I please have some Buffy scoop? A girl can dream, can't she? — Jenni

Ausiello: Yes, a girl can dream. Hopefully, a girl can also push play on our video player, 'cause the latest episode of the Ausiello Report vodcast contains an answer to a question I know has been on the minds of Whedonverse disciples since last Wednesday: Might a Buffy alum, like, say, oh, James Marsters, be in contention to play Dollhouse's male lead? What are you waiting for — push play!

How d'ya like THEM apples?

Saturday, November 03, 2007

How Lord of the Rings Should Have Ended


Friday, November 02, 2007

Writers Guild of America on Strike!

The Times says it's on.

Thursday, November 01, 2007

Joss Whedon Returns To TV

with Eliza Dushku, no less.
Dushku will star in the Whedon-penned series "Dollhouse," which has been given a seven-episode order by Fox. News came as an extra-big Halloween treat for Whedon fans, considered some of the most passionate in all of TV. ... "Dollhouse" follows a top-secret world of people programmed with different personalities, abilities and memories depending on their mission.

After each assignment -- which can be physical, romantic or even illegal -- the characters have their memories wiped clean, and are sent back to a lab (dubbed the "Dollhouse"). Show centers on Dushku's character, Echo, as she slowly begins to develop some self-awareness, which impacts her missions.

Whedon has already hammered out the basic outline for all seven segs. Barring a strike, Fox hopes to have the show in production by spring, giving the net an opportunity to be so far ahead of schedule by fall that it could potentially air a full season uninterrupted by breaks..
Squee! (This was unexpected!)